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Silk and spice and all that's nice : part 1 / Sanjiva Wijesinha ; produced by Maha Bulos.

Program Title:
Silk and spice and all that's nice : part 1 / Sanjiva Wijesinha ; produced by Maha Bulos.
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PRA Archive #: 
SZ0741.01
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Three part series which examines the UNESCO's Maritime Silk Route Expedition, a project organized to retrace the old silk route from the orient to Europe.|SILK AND SPICE AND ALL THAT'S NICE : PART 1 / Sanjiva Wijesinha| produced by Maha Bulos. - SERIES: Unesco radio| no. 2 - Three part series which examines the UNESCO's Maritime Silk Route Expedition, a project organized to retrace the old silk route from the orient to Europe. CONTENT: Dr. Sanjiva Wijesihna, a pediatric surgeon from Sri Lanka, discuss his interest in studying how medical knowledge travelled from country to country along the ancient Silk Roads. - RECORDED: June 1992.

Dr. Sanjiva Wijesihna, a pediatric surgeon from Sri Lanka, discuss his interest in studying how medical knowledge travelled from country to country along the ancient Silk Roads.

Dr. Sanjiva Wijesihna, a pediatric surgeon from Sri Lanka, discuss his interest in studying how medical knowledge travelled from country to country along the ancient Silk Roads.

Date Recorded on: 
June 1992.
Date Broadcast on: 
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Item duration: 
1 reel (25 min.) : 7 1/2 ips., mono.|25:00
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Distributor: 
Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1992.
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